File: /MZ/A/J01/D/F/0158.HTM
Processed on 08-26-2016
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Category 2005-8-14!! build-up [Input file: P907MS1.J / P907MS1.-J]
Definition 2005-8-14jE accumulation D [Input file: P907MS1.J / P907MS1.-J]
Summary 2007-7-26mS bricky accumulation in k107 [Input file: R726CC.J / R726CC.-J]
Best image 2006-10-5 mS


Description 2006-10-4lC Red bricky material abutting the base of the wall, probably belonging to the later escarpment. [Input file: V114LC.J / V114LC.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Argument 2006-10-4lC Even if excavated during 2005 season when the stratigraphic situation at the base of the Revetment Wall wasn't very clear yet, I think that this feature is part of the second escarpment because of many similarieties with ^es c2: the bricky texture of the filling, the sealing found inside, the stratigraphic relationship with the bench ( a6), the stone escarpment f318, the ^es c2 filling f189, f239. f158 is at much higher elevation, but the bricky material is sloping to the east and it is hardly damaged by the water erosion. [Input file: V114LC.J / V114LC.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2005-8-14jE k107 [Input file: P907MS1.J / P907MS1.-J]
Elevation 2005-8-14jE 8939 @bottom [Input file: P907MS1.J / P907MS1.-J]
2005-8-14jE 9011 @top [Input file: P907MS1.J / P907MS1.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Contemporary events/Movable items 2005-8-17pC i18 (seal impression) sits in f158 [Input file: QX01MS.J / QX01MS.-J]
2005-8-17vS q406 sits in f158 [Input file: P821CVP.J / P821CVP.-J]
Inclusions 08-26-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2011-2-10lC s630J1A [Input file: V211LC.J / V211LC.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2011-2-10lC h3pJ1A [Input file: V211LC.J / V211LC.-J]
Stratigraphic reasons 2006-10-6mS this appears to be packing for the stones or bench, a6, set against the lower part of the wall which is dated to Mitanni and part of the lower accumulation against the wall. [Input file: QX06MS1.J / QX06MS1.-J]
I99.NTime 2011-2-11lC According to the later excavation in J1 and J5, this features clearly date back to the EDIII on the bases of the recovered ceramics and the stratigraphy. More complex the interpretation, could it be a structural part of the Late Escarpment or just washed material from above the terrace? [Input file: V212LC.J / V212LC.-J]

Analogical record
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